Profitable forage production depends on high yields. Most of the state has fully completed the first alfalfa cutting for the season, and regrowth is taking off. Of course, there continues to be a lot of discussion on the lack of rainfall over much of the region. Alfalfa can generally survive dry conditions extremely well.
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Wheat Growers Insights for Field and Farm
OK- so you probably get it from the title- This blog has something to do with nutrient availability and the investment we all make when growing crops each season. Specifically, I want to reference the crop nutrition that we spent much of the winter talking about and the early spring carefully applying to each acre. The goal was and remains to
Below is a cumulative precipitation total for a field enrolled in Winfield’s R7 tool. This graph points out a pretty obvious observation throughout the area - we have not received much rain through this spring season.
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